Forensic Investigation Handbook: An Introduction to the Collection, Preservation, Analysis and Presentation of Evidence.HV8073
Forensic Belonging to courts of justice.
forensic 1) adj. from Latin forensis for "belonging to the forum," ancient Rome's site for public debate, and currently meaning pertaining to the courts. investigation handbook; an introduction to the collection, preservation, analysis, and presentation of evidence.
Karagiozis, Michael Fitting and Richard Sgaglio.
C.C. Thomas, [c]2005
The authors, both course instructors for the American College American College is the name of:
Sometimes called simply forensics, forensic science encompasses many different fields of science, including anthropology, biology, chemistry, engineering, genetics, , the American judicial system, crimes and offences, physical and biological evidence, forensic investigation and photography, death and the forensic specialist, criminal profiling, death scene investigation, substances and abuses, and nuclear and biohazardous agents. They also add appendixes providing information on relevant US Supreme Court rulings, death penalty statutes in the US, and forensic science degree programs.